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to start moving into areas like tennessee, ohio, illinois, indiana. so we're going to see the slow-moving system continue to spread eastward, ever so slowly. we'll see temperatures today on the eastern side of that frontal system continue to warm up, though. so that looks pretty good heading into the weekend. and we are going to actually see this warm front get temperatures like areas like d.c., topping out this weekend close to 70 degrees. >> it's supposed to be a beautiful weekend. so that is nice. >> oh, yes. >> all right, here's a look at the weather in your area, right, dylan. >> yes. >> and a look at the weather and stocks rock as the s&p hits a five-year high. an update on those stranded whales. and thousands of white collar jobs coming to the u.s. >>> plus, nbc's michelle kosinski is live from italy where the costa concordia ran aground one year ago. you're watching "early today." >> announcer: "early today" is brought to you by thermacare heat wraps, no pills, no pain, just relief. >>> welcome back. here are some other stories making news this morning. in colorado james ho
to tennessee where nashville is 63-degrees at this hour. that warmth warrants to move in -- wants to move in our direction but it's got to get past the rain first which is what we're going to be dealing with today. then the 630s for saturday and sunday. the heavy stuff really coming out of indiana into ohio at this hour. the futurecast for us, we've got some clouds which are going to be increasing across the region this morning. by midday, a shower out to the west and our south. they'll be approaching the metro area here for the lunch hour. with us through the afternoon hours. out west though, by late afternoon, maybe all right for the drive home. we're going to hope we can get this stuff cleared of us by 5:00 p.m. maybe 5:30. so the afternoon commute is definitely going to be impact asked then tonight with the rain -- impacted and then tonight with the rain leaving some fog set up as temperatures stay in the 40s for overnight lows. highs today 50 degrees and some afternoon rain and showers. tonight low to mid-40s with patchy dense fog in spots. early clouds and fog saturday. partly sunny
to allow firearms. other states want to follow utah's lead. tennessee lawmakers plan to introduce a bill to allow secretly armed teachers in classrooms. ohio leaves the decision up to guns -- of guns up to individual school boards to make that decision. the state's attorney says schools should consider arming their staffers. texas gun laws allow weapons in public schools if they are approved by the school district. a small district in harrold, texas has an undisclosed number of staff members carrying concealed guns. i asked caroline kane about the concerns people might have when you start arming teachers. >> what if you had a parent who objected to it? what position would that put you in? >> well, in the state of utah a parent doesn't have to know about it. teachers can carry a firearm and nobody ever -- they've been doing it for 12 years. i've found out more and more about teachers that do. >> teachers in caroline kane's school who currently carry a weapon are under no obligation to inform parents. i asked caroline if this could pose a problem. >> and the parents are dropping their litt
witherspoon and her husband name their baby tennessee. >> what a disappointment. america's sweetheart. moms love her and they hate this name. it's too southern, too offbeat. people expected more from her. >> she's a southern girl. she comes from nashville. it's a nod to her heritage. i don't think it's that bad. alyson hanniga sbchlt and her husband had keeva. what's with that? >> you think you heard it wrong. >> suri grows on you, though. i'll throw that out there. >> jessica simpson has been in the headlines for the pregnancy of 2012. she's pregnant again. let's talk about her first child, maxwell. i guess naming a girl maxwell is the problem? >> that's the problem with maxwell. in the '80s, unisex names were in. they're totally out. this is a girl. don't give her a boy's name. >> kim car dash kardashian. >> don't do the kimye. resist the urge to put them together. >> i don't think they will. >> duchess of cambridge and william. >> we did a survey at baby center. american moms want diana, in honor of the princess. u.k. moms want charlotte. got to go with something clsk and royal. >> i'm
, it does look like we will see a swath from western tennessee through western kentucky, right up into ohio where we could end up with 2 to 3 inches of rain. it's all about temperatures with this system, too. out ahead of it it's real mild. back behind it, it's really cold. look at the next few days in chicago. today is a around 58. tomorrow is 53. all of the sudden on sunday, temperatures crash into the mid-20s. we stay there heading into early next week. but washington, d.c., it's the exact opposite. out ahead of this system, we will see a few late-day showers in d.c. today. 49 degrees. then 59. then 68 degrees by sunday. even as we head into next week, it should still stay mild and at least above average, especially for monday and tuesday. we are looking at temps this weekend to be about 15 to 20 degrees above average all across the east coast. it does come with some clouds, but i think people will be happy about the temperatures. >> i love it when you bring us good news. thanks. >>> well, stocks rock as the s&p hits a five-year high. an update on the stranded whales. and thousands of wh
-- the last governor -- tennessee yesterday coming out with gabby giffords and her task force, and on monday the parents of the newtown kids are going to come out with their proposals for reducing gun violence. this is going to happen, i believe this year, and the president is determined to help make it happen. so the feeling here in washington is times are changing. >> jennifer: from your mouth to god's ears. thanks, bill for joining me here in "the war room." up next the nra is well organized. they do have a ton of cash, but so does this guy. >> the latest on michael bloomberg's efforts, and plus, if you think a $1 trillion coin is the only far-fetched way of getting ash the debt ceiling, you understand estimate the creativity of the american progressives. and brett ehrlich was actually a film critic we're going to run down his oscar favors. it's a friday night n "the war room," and we will be right back. ♪ [ voice of dennis ] allstate. with accident forgiveness, they guarantee your rates won't go up just because of an accident. smart kid. [ voice
of people will look at this. host: tennessee, the independent line. just then. caller: i am finding myself have a hard time listening to these people call in and say these great things about timothy geithner considering the fact he came into his position 0 in $50,000 in taxes, which he failed at that juncture to pay. afterwards he was able to do so. had he not been put in that position, i asked myself if he would have been among the fat cats who did not have to pay taxes or any other number of things they have been shielded from during the past four years of absolutely hideous and unconstitutional fiscal and monetary policy. host: what is chief among the policies he would criticize? caller: the big one is a lot of people did not ask who we owe the debt to. we do not owe the debt to a federal institution. as a matter of fact, we do not even print our own tender based on the constitution and how it disposed to be accomplished. therefore -- we have come to find out after the fact on the audit the fed the bill when it went through -- they only got a partial audit citing national security. host
in 2011. hedidi in tennessee. caller: hi. how are you? host: fine thanks. caller: thank you for taking my call. i have almost completed my doctorate degree are. i am a college professor. my student loan debt is three times my annual income. i husband and i cannot afford to pay our student loan payments monthly payments because it is about $11,000 per month. can you talk about options for repayment? guest: the government ruled out -- it goes further and lowering monthly payments. if you qualify for it, it moves up the date for which your loans are forgiven. it can be 20 years instead of 25. some can go further than the income-based repayment. host: here is a tweet. i only can read my bank statement with a piece of mind. next caller. caller: i'm a student. i was a student. i finished my doctorate. i had student loans that were about $57,000. four years later, i got it down to $41,000. this is the only student loan debt i had. i know what it is like to watch almost $600 or month going to debt funds. i'm calling as an educator because i heard the student loan situation is akin to the mortgage
proposed in tennessee, in alabama, and in virginia. for more on that i'm joined by virginia democratic party chair charniele herring. where the nra is based. she's coming from richmond virginia, welcome inside "the war room." >> thank you for having me. >> jennifer: you bet. virginia is now considering a measure to arm teachers. do you think that will prevent school violence? >> no, i do not. what will prevent school violence is a measured, practical, and realistic approach. arming teachers is a concept that is rejected by most virginians, and i'll tell you why. teachers are trained to teach. police officers are trained to protect the community. it takes time and experience to develop the adjustment in a crisis situation. police officers have that training. teachers don't. you know, a couple of hours of training for a teacher to carry a firearm is one thing. a crisis situation is something else. >> jennifer: so i'm interested in this. your colleague or your a colleague in the legislation bob marshall proposed that very measure. he was in "the war room" this week and i would love for yo
that the nbc snation 2345sh8 is reporting that the state of tennessee has suspended the handgun carry permit of james yeager. that was the first game we quoted tonight. a real nut. david corn, joy reid, thank you for joining us. >>> coming up, real check. gun control advocates say this is the moment to pass new legs laetion. the pro gun crowd say there is no way they will accept a assault weapons ban. >>> exit strategy. president obama made it clear the united states is accelerating its withdrawal from afghanistan and plans to leave very few troops there after next year. this much is clear. >>> and u.s. congressman phil gingrey who apparently felt two so-called rape candidates in the republican party richard mourdock and todd akin, wasn't enough. he's come out defending akin's legitimate rape comments. once again republicans just keep it up. >>> and finally, the city that's the star of oscar nominated films this year isn't new york or l.a. or rome or paris, it's d.c., right here in washington. lincoln, argo, "zero dark thirty," the nation's capital ready for its close-up and this is "hardbal
in the warm air up from the gulf of mexico region right through the deep south the tennessee valley. cold air on the backside and that's why we've got the snow flying in the rockies. a great ski season for the northwestern quarter of the country really from colorado all the way to washington state and british columbia. rain much-needed rain here. we need this in a more regular basis. drought conditions have really affected the levels of the mississippi. for us we watch the moisture increase. the rain gets here this afternoon. the warmth will follow starting tonight but watch out tonight lee. some patchy dense fog. today 50 and chilly afternoon showers. tonight we've got the early shower otherwise some patchy dense fog. lows in the low to mid-40s. tomorrow early clouds and fog and then we're dealing with some partly sunny skies. very mild. 62. sunday 68. some areas could get to 70 with some sunshine. rain returns monday and 60 and much cooler rain on tuesday and temperatures back in the 40s. 5:17. monika samtani, she's still smiling. that's good. >>> yes still smiling although there's one issu
a conservative republican standpoint going to consumption based taxes makes sense. it has been done in tennessee. they don't have a income tax. it has been done in texas and florida. australia, new zealand did it about 15 or 20 years ago. they had an economic bonanza. there is pretty good evidence that these kind of tax reforms do work. melissa: liberals always argue it is incredibly regressive. hitting a sales tax you're discouraging people from consuming and taking the poorest people and taxing them at the same rate as the wealthiest. it is very regressive as opposed to those people that caa afford to pay more. how do you respond to liberals that say things like that? >> i would disagree, because most states, melissa, likes ours have exemptions for things like food, medicine, other essentials. it is not regressive for those who spend a lot of their disposable income on those things. they will not pay a tax. most states have exemptions like that. it is probably unfair to say that. melissa: governor, thanks for coming on. we appreciate your time. >> okay. thanks, melissa. melissa: major league b
mission. honda said tennessee temporary agency and all possibility around after 20 for team troop drawdown because it just that the amount of funds obligated service should be there. sigar is the only agency that given the authority empowered by congress to look at projects across government line. we are not limited like the estate or state or dod for dod. we are specifically instruct it by congress to look across the government. if you do reconstruction in the chemist and, we can look at that program. we also have unique hiring authority and assets are tehran who works for me works that will. so i can hire and also also remove the leaves based upon specific needs and meet requirements. all of our employees have to sign up for the possibility of working in afghanistan. so it is a unique brain. we have as a result the single largest oversight present in any government agency in afghanistan. we are approximately 60 people on the ground right now, including the largest cadre of investigators, within any eight year vi. but it's not just their size and mandate or unique authorities that is impo
. richard in tennessee you are on the "stephanie miller show." hi, richard. >> caller: hello. >> stephanie: hello. go ahead. >> caller: let me tell you up front that i'm an nra member. i'm also generally a conservative. and i don't want to come on your show to bash or argue with you just some facts. >> okay, and you are going to use citations of where you got these facts, correct. >> caller: it's openly pretty much public. >> stephanie: oh go ahead, then. >> caller: has anybody taken a look at canada? >> stephanie: yes. >> caller: i notice the president is interested in a nationwide database. they tried this in canada. this -- this went on for approximately ten years and i think last year or the year before the parliament finally tabled the entire law. it was set up and estimated to cost just a little over a million dollars a year and wound up costing thimbles. >> stephanie: richard they have a lot of guns in canada but have barely any gun deaths, why is that, do you think? >> caller: i would say they do background checks, which i'm not opposed to. the only way you are
in 2011. heidi in tennessee. caller: hi. how are you? host: fine thanks. caller: thank you for taking my call. i have almost completed my doctorate degree. i am a college professor. my student loan debt is three times my annual income. my husband and i cannot afford to pay our student loan payments based on the monthly payments because it is about $1,100 per month. can you talk about options for repayment? guest: the government ruled outa new more aggressive of the income-based repayment plan. it goes further in lowering monthly payments. if you qualify for it, it moves up the date for which your loans are forgiven. it can be 20 years instead of 25. some can go further than the income-based repayment. host: here is a tweet. "i only can read my bank statement with a piece of mind." next caller. caller: i'm a student. i was a student. i finished my doctorate. i had student loans that were about $57,000. four years later, i got it down to $41,000. this is the only student loan debt i had. i know what it is like to watch almost $600 or month going to debt funds. i'm calling as an educator be
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